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Sundays In Spring

Our goal as an indie netlabel is to favor the intimate, bucolic and melancholic colors. We want to defend musicians who share a similar sensitivity. Visit our website at http://www.sundaysinspring.net for more information.
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Sundays In Spring
by The London Apartments
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one thing we can be sure is that the music you will hear clearly belongs to the twenty first century. there are some touches of indietronica, atmospheres of dreampop, and sincerity of intimate emoish songwriting. just sit down on your back, look at the starry sky and start to fly with your blurry eyes. bio: justin langlois and erin fortier are the two folk behind the london apartments. embracing technology alongside bedroom pop songwriting ethics, the london apartments' eyes light up under the...
( 10 reviews )
Topic: Indie-tronica
Sundays In Spring
by Sepia Hours
24,960
4
4
Sepia Hours is the solo project of Sébastien Biset, a young Belgian musician. This is his first release. Below you'll find his bio: I had to centre all my ideas and desires into 7 tracks without falling back on the too brazen sound impulses that do not contribute to a coherent whole. Having privileged the musical aspect with the detriment of any experimentation, it appears however that research on the voice had come to a dispersion of the words in certain pieces. Words become echoes, they...
( 4 reviews )
Topics: Indie, Post-Rock, Indie-tronica
Sundays In Spring
by V.O.
22,807
4
1
Wonderful songwriting reminiscent of jim o'rourke, the sea & cake, etc by the gifted and hyperactive musician, Boris Gronemberger. He plays in several bands, such as Grinberg, The Grandpiano, Zop Hopop, Ishinabe, and Raymondo. He is also French singer Françoiz Breuts live guitar player. Besides, he developped a more personal project, V.O., with whom he played in particular at the Pukkelpop Festival 2000. This one melts intimate songwriting, post-rock à la Tortoise and subtle electronics.
( 1 reviews )
Topics: Folk, indie electronic
In September, Summer turns slowly into fall. In December, fall turns slowly into winter. But in between them, in mid-October, Fall becomes Autumn The rain doesnt bring green life to grass or flowers. But covers them with mud. Wind means new heavy grey clouds. Cold temperatures start slowly to appear. No ice but everything is getting darker. With the cycle of life and before being nude and bare, trees are wearing festive colours. Walking in forest when the weather gives us some respite is then...
( 1 reviews )
Topics: Folk/Rock, Indierock
Feuerbach come both from Genk, Belgium. This is their first release after a song on a Rarefish compilation Tree we fell in love with. But sadly after this beginning the band went on hiatus. That made us so sad that we started to ask them constantly for more songs. During last spring, they finally accepted to come back to life and to work on a few songs for us. It gave them energy, fervor and desire to let the band grow; Feuerbach is now more alive than ever! These are pure indie pop folk...
( 6 reviews )
Topics: Folk, Folk/Rock, Lo-Fi
Sundays In Spring
by Pokett
14,610
8
5
Pokett is a e-folk music project by Stephane Garry with a first wonderful record, Crumble, released last year on Intercontinental Records and Scientific Laboratories. http://www.pokett.tk/ http://www.scientificlaboratories.com/ http://www.intercontinentalrecords.fr.st/
( 5 reviews )
Topics: Indie, Folk
Sundays In Spring
by Sun, Cancelled
14,085
0
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Sun, Cancelled is the solo project of the young Kael Smith. This is his first release. Besides that he is also the leader of the wonderful Bear vs Larger Bear. His songs remind us of Owen, Empress and the most acoustic intimist moments of Slowdive. It makes us dreamy and melancholic. He is a very nice guy. We will hear again of him in the future. This is a beautiful beginning. Thank you for your time and fervour.
( 2 reviews )
Topics: Acoustic, Indie
Sundays In Spring
by Loobke
13,908
2
5
The first impression that comes to mind while listening to Loobkes music is depth. Not sadness or melancholy but something that you build from broken relations, personal experiments. The remains of these emotions in our memory will last our whole life. Joy, pain, bitterness, as old as our bones, as intimate as our souls. Loobkes songs talk to your inner life and there is so much beauty, grace inside. We can talk about Bjork, we can talk about Laurie Anderson, we can talk about Piano Magic, we...
( 5 reviews )
Topic: Indie
Sundays In Spring
by Model A
11,395
2
4
Model A is Alan Foreman or Alan Foreman is Model A. I dont really know but this ep is just perfect. On one side you have the urgency, poignancy and melodic power of the first records of Modest Mouse and Havergal. On the other side you have the precision, passion and energy just below the surface of the ocean like in the first Mercury Rev records and those from almost unknown but ultimately mythical Rollerskate Skinny. Its really too easy to fall in love with these songs. Please reserve some...
( 4 reviews )
Topic: Indie
Sundays In Spring
by Thomas Méry
9,158
5
3
Thomas mery is an ex 'purr' (http://www.prohibitedrecords.com), he started working on his own projects after the band stopped playing together in summer 2001. Those songs were recorded in the spring of 2004. Acoustic guitar,electronics, cello and voice.
( 3 reviews )
Topics: Experimental, Folk, indie electronic
Sundays In Spring
by Pear
8,622
1
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Pear is Quentin Nicolaï. Quentin is a 18 year old belgian guy who did the paperboard design of Sundays in Spring and does most of our flyers. In his freetime he also sometimes takes nice photographs: http://www.lomohomes.com/Generix When he said to us he was starting to record music also we were very interested. While it may not sound as finished as most of our previous releases, we are certain it's a good idea to present his first recordings here as the quality and sensitivity are talking for...
Topics: Indie, Folk